If You Ever Get Lonely

Album: Rough & Tumble (2011)
  • Thanks for calling it's so good to hear your voice
    You keep breaking it only again in noise
    But I keep listening 'cause I never had a choice
    When it came to you.
    I'd love to see you
    If you ever out this way
    You sound happy guess things are working out Okay
    And I'm getting better put in efforts in front of the other.

    And I know that California is not to blame
    And I know there're millions of people in L.A.

    Chorus:
    If you ever get lonely if you miss me
    If you need someone truly
    Even if it's only the sound of someone's voice who loves you
    That you need to hear you know where to find me
    If you ever get lonely.

    Sounds like a good time going down at the other end
    You got a new life and a new love
    And home new of friends
    And I am listening to you expect me to pretend
    That I don't love you I don't love you.

    But if you ever get lonely if you miss me
    If you need someone truly
    Even if it's only the sound of someone's voice who loves you
    That you need to hear you know where to find me
    If you ever get lonely lonely oh yeah.

    Will you ever really listening will you ever really be there?

    But if you ever get lonely if you miss me
    If you need someone truly
    Even if it's only the sound of someone's voice who loves you
    That you need to hear you know where to find me
    If you ever get lonely lonely
    If you ever get lonely. Writer/s: JOHN WAITE, KYLE COOK, LISA DREW, MICHAEL DULANEY, STEVEN JONES
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • S Torres from TexasThis song is utter perfection.
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